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Tree Outside Kidspace Falls; Injures 8 Children, 2 Critical

Tree Outside Kidspace Falls; Injures 8 Children, 2 Critical

City Begins Investigation Into Tree Collapse By Terry Miller  A 75-foot pine tree fell on a group of children, injuring eight, two of them critically, outside Kidspace Children’s Museum in…

Pasadena and Area Cities Give Rousing Reception to Special Olympians

Pasadena and Area Cities Give Rousing Reception to Special Olympians

By Terry Miller and Joyce Peng The Opening Ceremony of the Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles 2015 will take place on Saturday, July 25, in the historic Los Angeles…

A Potential Score for the Rose Bowl Operating Company

A Potential Score for the Rose Bowl Operating Company

By Nick Kipley During Monday night’s meeting of the Pasadena City Council, the Rose Bowl Operating Company managed to secure a round of votes on Item 26 of the agenda,…

Accrediting Commission Places Pasadena City College Accreditation on ‘Imposed Probation’

Accrediting Commission Places Pasadena City College Accreditation on ‘Imposed Probation’

Student Distrust of Administration Cited Once again, PCC is in the headlines. After a heated couple of years with former President Rocha, who ultimately had to leave, the school is…

Southern California Edison Adding Flat Rate for Low-Energy Users

Southern California Edison Adding Flat Rate for Low-Energy Users

By Nick Kipley On their website, Southern California Edison gives a reason for the recent plan to restructure their rates over the next few years. SoCal Edison claims that they…

Trans-Pacific Partnership Could Spell Possible Legal Troubles for Pasadena

Trans-Pacific Partnership Could Spell Possible Legal Troubles for Pasadena

By Nick Kipley Last week, on June 25th, the U.S. Senate voted 60—38 in favor of allowing President Barack Obama to “fast-track” a measure known as the Trans-Atlantic Trade and…

Supreme Court Rules Same Sex Marriage Legal in United States; Supporters Hail Civil Rights Victory

Supreme Court Rules Same Sex Marriage Legal in United States; Supporters Hail Civil Rights Victory

By Terry Miller In a landmark opinion, a divided Supreme Court ruled Friday that states cannot ban same-sex marriage, establishing a new civil right and handing gay rights advocates a…

Pasadena Council Discusses Energy Solutions, Opts to ‘Stay the Course’

Pasadena Council Discusses Energy Solutions, Opts to ‘Stay the Course’

By Nick Kipley During Monday night’s meeting of the Pasadena City Council, the municipal services committee recommended the council adopt the Pasadena Water and Power (PWP) 2015 Power Integrated Resource…

Unmaintained Swimming Pools Becoming Breeding Grounds for Mosquitoes

Unmaintained Swimming  Pools  Becoming Breeding Grounds for Mosquitoes

By Terry Miller On Wednesday morning, Lt. Mike Ingram, Air Operations for Pasadena Police Department, arranged for Vector Control specialist 1, Leslie Conner to fly around the Valley in search…

California Court Council Adopts ‘Historic’ Ruling

California Court Council Adopts ‘Historic’ Ruling

Drivers Can Contest Traffic Infractions Without Posting Bail   By Terry Miller   Up until last Monday, you were guilty until proven innocent, at least when traffic tickets were concerned.…

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